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Bulletin., Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 15B James Wilson Staff Writer jwilson@plumasnews.com Local "celebrities" are gearing up, practicing their dance moves and preparing to pull out all the stops as the inaugural Dancing With the Stars event nears. Well-known Plumas County citizens plan to show off their moves Feb. 13 at 7 p.m. at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. The event, inspired by the popular ABC show, will pit dancing teams against one another in a judged competition. The "celebrities" were paired with experienced dancers from the community. These partners could be deemed celebrities themselves, being well known and active in the community. The "celebrities" include Sheriff Greg Hagwood, California Highway Patrol Commander Joe Edwards, Feather River College rodeo coach Jesse Segura and many more. "The partners include employees of Plumas District Hospital and the Forest Service, business owners, students and others. The dance duos have been' practicing their routines over the last month, and aim to have them perfected by Feb. 13. Choreographer Debbie Edwards has been working with each team, ensuring high-quality moves. Hagwood, who is paired withhis daughter, Ava, commented about trying something out of his comfort zone. "I have a newfound and profound respect for dancers," said Hagwood. "It's a great cause, and personally, it's wonderful to have this opportunity to dance with my daughter during her last year in high school." According to Hagwood, the routines the dancers will perform are complex, requiring new skills he is constantly having to learn. "I'm just looking forward to surviving the event with no significant injuries," Hagwood joked. "My goal is to not end up in an orthopedic ward." Students from Feather River College will be on hand serving, ushering and helping however they can. The event is a fundraiser for the FRC Foundation to raise funds for various student projects. The money raised will contribute to the college's women's soccer program, the equine studies department and the French class's field trip to Paris. "This event is a great way Plumas County Sheriff Greg Hagwood practices his dance routine with his daughter, Ava Hagwood, under the instruction of choreographer Debbie Edwards. The father-daughter duo is teamed up to compete in the inaugural Dancing With the Stars competition set to take place Feb. 13 at the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds. Photo submitted for the foundation to hardworking students who,are still available for incorporate the community hopefully, one day will invest purchase at Carey Candy Co., and FRC students," back into the community that Moon's Restaurant and the commented Carolyn Shipp, showed them so much Quincy branch of Bank of the FRC Foundation's support." America. Tickets cost $10 for executive director. "The General seating and general seating and $25 for money we raise goes to these individual floor-side tickets floor-side seating. iic Health LI The Central Plumas fill the auditorium with Recreation and Park beautiful music. District and Face the Music Proceeds from the concert Studio are encouraging all will benefit the ALIVE music fans to come to the program in Quincy. Compassion Concert "Please come out for a scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 'noteworthy' evening of 7, at the Quincy Elementary entertainment and support School cafeteria. The for a local program,,' said concert will start at 6:30 p.m. Johnene McDonald, owner sharp with the doors of Face the Music Studio. opening at 6 p.m. Tickets can be bought at A variety of outstanding Epilog Books, Carey Candy young and one "older" Co. and Face the Music musician will play a variety Studio and can also be of music from classical, purchased at the door the ragtime and old time to evening of the concert. Celtic fiddling and a variety Refreshments will be of original compositions, served during the Sylvia Wood, The intermission along with Bombastic StringS,r Wyatt a short presentation about Hollister and The Reel the ALIVE program and Pulling Strings will all be its services in Plumas playing their hearts out to County. LET US SAVE YOU TiME & MONEY R~CFi 75+ MiLLiON READERS WiTH ONE 0RDER, ONE E~iLL~ Cem=.~nity Classifiedlx $650 Statewide ~ 25 words~245+ papers $435 North/S485 South ~ .~aiJy Classified 7 days $995 25 words~41 papers~7 days $650 North/$650 South CLASSiFiED COM60 8 days $1,270 ~ 25 words~282+ papers Statewide ~. DISPLAY - Community Newspapers 140+ papers lx $1,600 2x2 Statewide; Sizes: 2x2; 2x4; 2x5; 2x6 $1,240 2x No.; $1,240 2x2 So. CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPERS DELIVER! Roni Halvarson of Sierra Live Scan would like to announce the addition of Curt & Jodi McBride and Travis Schiavone. Curt, Jodi & Travis will be handling fingerprinting in Portola at CJ's Automotive. They can be reached at 530-394-7240. may mmun contact I